Posted on Wednesday December 30, 2020 by Vanessa Lenz

Hit the slopes at Alpine Valley Resort

Alpine Valley Resort, W2501 County Road D, is ready for you to enjoy winter fun with COVID-19 safety protocols in place paired with several new offerings for this season.

    Alpine Valley, which was recently voted number one for snow making and number one for family resort, offers the ideal chance to get outdoors with plenty of open space for guests to spread out.

    Alpine features 90 skiable acres with 21 runs that range from beginner to expert with 388 feet of vertical skiing. The hill also includes three Terrain Parks, which offer snowboarders and freestyle skiers a variety of rails, boxes and snow features.

    If you are looking to get back on the slopes, brush up on your skills with one of Alpine’s qualified and enthusiastic instructors. Alpine offers classes for beginners to well-seasoned skiers and riders.
   
To make the most of this year’s Alpine season, check out its Weekday Specials (non-holidays), including Tremendous Tuesdays ($40 a.m. session lift tickets), Men’s Day Wednesday ($40  a.m. session lift tickets for men) and Women’s Day Thursday ($40 a.m. session lift tickets for women). Students can get discounted rates by joining their school’s ski club.

    Weekday rates are $50 (all area) and $35 (beginner) from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and 2 to 10 p.m. and $65 (all area) and $50 (beginner) for a full day. Weekend and Holiday rates are $60 (all area) and $45 (beginner) from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and 2 to 10 p.m. and $75 (all area) and $60 (beginner) for a full day.
   
    Alpine Valley can be reached at (262) 642-7374 and (800) 227-9395. For more information, visit alpinevalleyresort.com.

Tips to Stay Safe on the Slopes

• Wear a face covering when you are in any of the buildings, in the base area and riding a lift.
• Adhere to physical distancing guidelines.
• Stay home if you are sick or at high risk.
• Leave immediately if you begin to show signs or symptoms of illness.
• Wash your hands.
• Tailgating and large group gatherings in the parking lots will not be allowed only parties that arrived at the ski area together can gather. Groups should have no more than 10 individuals outdoors from no more than 2 households.
• Plan to boot up at your car and leave your stuff there. You will not be able to hang out, store things.
• Buildings will have capacity restrictions and only be for dining customers and bathroom use.
• Alpine is doing outside ticket sales
• Be aware that due to guidelines wait times can vary on lifts, be patient we are all in this together. 



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